Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council
On Saturday 1 May, a team of 20 volunteers, limited due to Covid-19 restrictions, helped with hedge planting on the High Hirst Woodmeadow site. A total of over 900 varieties of hedging were planted, including crab apple, rowan, rosehip and blackthorn. More info from the Woodmeadow site
Hebden Royd Town Council (HRTC) has elected a new Mayor at the Annual Meeting of the Town Council. Cllr Rob Freeth was nominated and with all in favour, was duly elected as the new Mayor of Hebden Royd Town Council. More info on the new Mayor
Looking to do your bit for the environment and help keep the local area clean and litter free? Register your team for the Big Spring Clean and help make Hebden Royd a cleaner, greener, safer place to live. Read more about the Spring Clean
Cllr. Richard Needham, on behalf of the Town Council, said that the Council is enormously grateful for the energy, skill and huge commitment that Councillor Val Stevens brought to the role of Mayor. "She was exactly what our community needed." More info on the tribute to Cllr Stevens.
The not-for-profit single screen cinema is now set to open its doors on Monday 28 June, subject to the Government’s roadmap guidance. This is just 2 weeks before the historic venue celebrates its hundredth birthday. Read more about the Picture House re-opening
This specially commissioned piece of work, funded by Hebden Royd Town Council, has been written by Hebden Bridge based poet and performer Clare Shaw. More about the Picture House poem. And link to Maxine Peake reading the poem